Posted by Middy on October 14, 2014
Following up a tune of “Payback’s” magnitude would have been impossible for most, but Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman have found a way to do so with ease. As Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman’s 4th release on Steve Angello’s wide respected Size Records, “ID2”, the duo show once again their remarkable ability to create powerful and emotive melodies that are fit for the biggest of stages. The duo continue on their restless pursuit of perfection with each track, as they create a perfect blend of intricately layered synths and a punchy bass line destined to get a crowd moving.
“ID2” is now available for streaming worldwide on Spotify as well as for purchase worldwide on iTunes, Amazon and all other portals.
With loads of new music set for release from the hard working duo, including the often requested “ID1”, now bestowed the name “Survivor”, “Zonk” and a collaboration with a certain Staar UK producer, Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman show no signs of slowing down as the sun sets on the Swedish summer.
Posted by Middy on September 16, 2014
What was thought to be a Size release for a long time has been released on Ultra Records. First premiered by Steve Angello at UMF, (hear that roar!) the massive “Foot Steps” from Arias and Greg Cerrone is finally here. The tune has parts from both artists, as Greg Cerrone channels the same melodic mastery he displayed on “Nightventure” and Arias adds his equally potent skills crafted melodies and layering. These foot steps are coming towards you and they are loud quite powerful.
Beatport: Arias & Greg Cerrone – Foot Steps
Posted by Middy on September 14, 2014
One of the highlights of Steve Angello’s set for the past several months, including a sit down moment at Tomorrowland, Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman’s tune “ID2” is finally set for release. Still riding high on the success one of the biggest tunes this year “Payback”, Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman do not release much, but make it count when they do. Get ready for this one coming in 8 days on 9/22.
Posted by Middy on August 24, 2014
Good guy Michael Brun kicked off his new label “Kid Coconut” with his Steve Angello premiered tune “Zenith”. Next up for the label is his collab with Dutch melodic maestros, DubVision and Tom Cane on vocals. It has everything you want from these two with a gorgeous, soaring melody, accentuated by Tom Cane’s vocals. Get ready for this one come Labor Day, or September 1st.
Posted by Mel on July 23, 2014
The first single off Steve Angello’s upcoming album is out and it is as awesome as one would expect. The superb vocals and radio ready production destine this song to commercial success, much like how “Don’t You Worry Child” was. It’s not a huge surprise for there to be a song or two from the album that is catered to the mainstream and this is one of them. Even so, it’s a great track and a smart way to reintroduce the world to Steve Angello, the solo artist.
Posted by Middy on June 7, 2014
It is remarkable what Arias has been able to put together in these past two years. Tunes like “Majoris”, “Andromeda” and “Solar” are all one of a kind incredible and you can add his first single of 2014, “Deepfield” to that mix as well. The first vocal track from the Parian in a MINUTE, Arias brings that signature big progressive sound that s found in so few records today. Even bigger for Arias is his record on Size Records, “Footsteps” with Greg Ceronne, which Steve Angello has been playing heavily ever since Ultra. Watch out for the renaissance of Arias.
Beatport: Arias – Deepfield
Posted by Mel on May 26, 2014
When I posted the original club mix of this song back in December, I was extremely fond it. It was my favorite song for quite some time and still to this day do I think it is one of the most under-appreciated progressive house tracks. Mako is a duo who has done big things last year and have more big things coming this year, most notably a collaboration with Steve Angello, so if there were a pair of producers I could trust to remix this it would be my all time favorite dudes and my tight, tight bros, The Chainsmokers. Mako are also two guys who are capable of doing justice to the original and they did with their remix. The song starts off well with the vocals being placed at the forefront, but as soon as the synth build comes in you’ll fall in love. Support the guys by purchasing it on Beatport and get ready for the inevitable release of “Children Of The Wild”, their song with Steve Angello.